There are a number of things you can set your watch for. Barring the occasional global pandemic, developer season is certainly one. After Google I/O and Microsoft Build, WWDC returns to Apple Park in Cupertino. The event, which runs from June 5-9, appears to be another scaled-down version of the big developer-focused show, similar to last year’s. The days of renting out a huge convention center in San Jose may be behind us for good.
It begins with a keynote on the 9th, showcasing the latest versions of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS, followed by four days of programming and additional events for those immersed in the software.